In the human body, the musculoskeletal system is one of the first to form; it consists of joints, cartilage, tendons and ligaments. It is on this framework that the impeccable body structure grows, which allows us to move, play sports and learn about the world around us. The main objective of the system is to provide support, movement and protection of internal organs from external influences.
A joint is a movable joint consisting of two bones, with the help of which movement is carried out. The area of contact of the bones is covered with a dense articular bag to reduce friction during movement, the cartilage tissue moistened with synovial fluid performs the same function, covering the joints. The muscular system is responsible for maintaining the balance of the body, breathing movements, blood formation and transport of food.